Whiteclay patrols draw complaints
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Businesses and officials in Rushville are complaining that increased activity by the Nebraska State Patrol hurts their relationship with residents of the nearby Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Neb. Governor Mike Johanns told Rushville leaders the patrols may need to be changed.

Patrols were stepped up to address concerns raised by tribal leaders about the sale of alcohol in the town of Whiteclay. Beer establishments in the border town cater mostly to reservation residents.

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